Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Scandal Bowl: Penn State vs. Syracuse

I have been consistent in my position that Joe Paterno deserved more of a hearing before his firing, and in my condemnation of the way ESPN, Sports Illustrated, and other sports media outlets executed their successful witch hunt to fire … Continue reading

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Obama’s World: Can You Relate?

By the President’s own accounting, rich people (couples earning over $250k) pay less in taxes than secretaries.  They have built their wealth by stepping on the backs of “working Americans”.  They buy politicians and tax code modifications.  They don’t pay … Continue reading

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Fast and Furious

“Fast and Furious” was an operation led by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (under the Justice Department) and approved by Attorney General Eric Holder, that put 1,400 automatic weapons into the hands of drug cartels in Mexico, the … Continue reading

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Hiding in Asia

The Super Committee, established because we are leaderless in the Oval Office, is poised to announce failure to reach an agreement on the greatest strategic threat to our country, the Federal debt.  Where is the man who “leads” this country … Continue reading

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The Contrarian

For those of you who supported President Obama last election, is this really what you expected?   A hyper-partisan and extremely divisive President from day 1–all Democrats on his cabinet, supporting an angry, Pelosi-led Congress that excluded like never before Republicans … Continue reading

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Paterno Part 3

Again, as Joe Paterno would want, our sympathies and thoughts should most importantly be with the victims of Jerry Sandusky, the worst kind of person the human race has to offer.  And I say that and hope that all readers … Continue reading

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Shame at Penn State

Joe Paterno would be the first to say that the real tragedy in the Penn State debacle are the damages done to the boys who were victims of Assistant Coach Jerry Sandusky. The crimes as described are horrifying. Far less … Continue reading

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